|Middle School Curriculum|
Recognizing the challenges of this age of rapid growth and change, our faculty guides students in grades 6-8 with continuous support. Creatively gearing the curriculum to capture the interest and attention of these blossoming young adults, our nurturing faculty is well prepared to address the intellectual and emotional maturation of our students. Special attention is focused on the process of learning as well as on the substance of studies, preparing them for the greater demands of high school coursework. Working with middle school students’ abundant energy, our faculty allows students to creatively express themselves, while providing age and developmentally appropriate experiences.
In The News
|PHS SENIOR NAMON WRIGHT COMMITS TO MISSOURI|
|PHS Senior Namon Wright has made a verbal commitment to the University of Missouri. Namon, a 6'-5" shooting guard ranked as a top 100 prospect, is looking forward to playing for the Tigers under coach Frank Haith. Namon will be the 8th Pacific Hills Bruin to play Division I Men's Basketball in the last five years and will be the 12th PHS athlete to compete at the Division I level in the last five years. Congratulations Namon!|
|DAVID WELDZIUS EXHIBITIONS|
We invite you to view the works of PHS photography teacher David Weldzius at one of his several exhibitions:
Continuing, 10am to 4pm M-F: Faculty exhibition at Occidental College's Weingart Gallery
Upcoming: Solo exhibition, Otis College, Department of Photography, details of the event are forthcoming.
|PHS ALUM MADISON ZEISS WINS GOLD|
|PHS alum and Notre Dame junior Madison Zeiss won the gold medal for the USA in Women's Foil Fencing at the Maccabiah Games in Israel. Congratulations Maddie!|
|SPOTLIGHT: IVAN BARAHONA, BOYS BASKETBALL COACH|
Read the Cal. Lutheran Alumni blog entry from our own Ivan Barahona on his Salvadorian experiences: callutheran.edu/magazine
|HOME OF THE 2013 BOYS BASKETBALL STATE DIVISION IV CHAMPIONS|
|PHS RECEIVES ACCREDITATION RENEWAL|
Pacific Hills School is pleased to announce our reaccreditation, at the highest level offered, by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the California Association of Independent Schools through June, 2015.